In the blue waters off the southeastern coast of Japan, a drilling vessel pushes its drill into the earth's core. The drill bit works non stop, cranking itself past black salt water, pushing deep, deep, deeper layers of sand, clay, rock - and the unknown.
On the surface, a scientist leans on the ship's railing, gazing out to the seamless sky. With nothing in sight but the blue horizon, he stands in awe and starts to understand that what he's doing may actually save parts of the world.
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